A Las Vegas woman was arrested in connection with the drowning of her 3-year-old son in the northwest Las Vegas Valley on Saturday night, police said.
Floyd Mayweather Jr. has said it many times — he has earned the right to pick his opponent and where he wants to fight.
A plane became entangled in the strings of a skydiver’s parachute, sending both crashing into the ground near Tampa, Fla., with both the pilot and jumper hospitalized with minor injuries.
Little did Brian Chapin know in 1998 when he graduated from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, where he studied engineering, that his job 16 years later would be staging a monster beer festival in downtown Las Vegas.
A woman was reported in critical condition after being hit by a vehicle Saturday afternoon.
A new interactive photo taken from the spire of the nearly completed World Trade Center tower offers stunning 360-degree views that can be zoomed in and out.
Brad Keselowski seized the lead from Kyle Busch on lap 163 following a restart of Boyd Gaming 300 and led the rest of the way, holding off Busch down the stretch to claim his first victory at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
Most of America’s young adults are single, don’t go to church and while half say they have no loyalty to a political party, when pushed they tend to swing further left politically than those before them.
Google’s mystery barge floated Thursday to its new home in the California delta after the Internet company was ordered to move it from San Francisco.
A marathon spelling bee between two Kansas City-area students who exhausted the initial word list last month ended after 29 more rounds Saturday when the eventual runner-up stumbled over the word “stifling.”
Singer John Denver never called West Virginia home, but his 1970s hit “Take Me Home, Country Roads” is one of the state’s official songs.
Search and rescue crews across Southeast Asia scrambled to find a Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 that disappeared from air traffic control screens over waters between Malaysia and Vietnam early Saturday with 239 people aboard.
A 75-year-old New York woman found her fortune in a cookie.
Massachusetts lawmakers approved legislation Thursday to crack down on those who secretly take photographs of “the sexual or other intimate parts” of women or children in public.
Low-income homeowners in northeast Iowa may soon get some financial relief to combat an increasing number of frozen water lines.
Mount Everest climbing season began this week with new rules that require climbers to bring down their personal garbage, and more security officials at the mountain’s base camp to help climbers.
Defense lawyers for an Amy general facing sexual assault charges say his accuser’s testimony gave them plenty to challenge as they prepare to cross-examine her on Monday.
Part of a ski resort at Lake Tahoe was temporarily shut down while wildlife officials captured an injured bear cub that was wandering around a mountaintop chairlift.
Each week Neon spotlights a different cuisine in the Dining Guide, with steakhouses and seafood restaurants this week.
It took 10,000 retweets but a Houston-area teenager got his dream date for the high school prom: A Houston Texans cheerleader.
From the moment he left the ring, Canelo Alvarez has had to explain the beat-down he took from Floyd Mayweather Jr. on Sept. 14.
Critics are raging after an energy giant offered pizza coupons to a community near a natural gas well that exploded last month, killing a worker.
Derrike Cope’s life might have changed forever when he inherited that victory at Daytona in 1990. But now he’s driving in the Nationwide Series, and he has only a three-race deal, and his sponsor is Charlie’s Soap of Mayodan, N.C.
“Housing and medication are key” to prevent people from cycling in and out of hospital emergency and jail, according to Mike Willden, director of the Nevada Department of Health and Human Services.
A new exhibition at the British Museum strives to make people think again about the Scandinavian pillagers whose name means “pirate” in Old Norse. Through their ships, weapons, crafts, words and even skeletons, “Vikings: Life and Legend” aims to show how Viking energy and ideas redrew the map of the world.
For five days, CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2014 invaded every square inch of the Las Vegas Convention Center on Paradise Road. Produced by the Association of Equipment Manufacturing, the show estimated it attracted about 125,000 attendees who created an estimated nongaming economic impact of $157.3 million for the city, according to the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority.
A California boy who was treated for leukemia and became famous as “Batkid” got to spend time with another superhero after his planned appearance at the Academy Awards was cut.
A sure sign that spring is on the horizon: It’s time to set the clocks forward for daylight saving time.
A member of the City Council in Lake Havasu City, Ariz., has filed a wrongful death claim against the city involving the death of her mother in a vehicle-pedestrian traffic accident. She and her sister are seeking $2.5 million each for their grief, pain and suffering.
At the time, it sounded like wishful thinking, and maybe the naive optimism of youth. Now, the words uttered by Deonte Burton are purely prophetic.